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is 7:00 a.m. on this saturday, june 6. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." a final goodbye family, friends and dignitaries will pay their last respects to beau biden this morning. new overnight one person was killed in a crash on i-95 in delaware county. plus we're starting the weekend with a little gray and rain and then we can enjoy sun and june-like temperatures. meteorologist chris sowers is outside, doesn't look too bad out there chris. >> reporter: no, actually it feels pretty good, temperatures in the 60s the slightest hint of humidity out here this morning, a mixture of sun and clouds. 63 in pottstown that's nice and comfortable out there. saint davids 62. chester and center city coming in at 61. levittown showing 61. glassboro, 61. buena, 63. gandys beach 63. delaware bay water nice and flat this morning, good day to do drum fishing.
bay temperature 74. ocean temperature coming in at 60, on the boards in atlantic city 61. woodbine 61. satellite and radar big story today we'll see a mixture of sun and clouds after 2:00 p.m. this afternoon, before then we'll see a cold front swing through and that may trigger showers around lunchtime. now don't allow that to ruin your plans. it will not be heavy enough or last long enough to ruin your plans. after that we'll see a combination of sun and clouds. realize there can be a two or three hour window where we could see showers. heavier activity to the north around new york city the belmont stakes later this afternoon. post time, 6:50, right now it's a wet track it should be dry when they get it going. the high is 80. around lunchtime showers otherwise combination of sun and clouds. tomorrow it's better,
wall-to-wall sunshine, temperatures struggling to get into the upper 70s and next week looks good, but it does warm up in the 7 day forecast. a couple of 90 is possible. i'm have the details when i see you in before ten minutes. eva? >> the big story on "action news" is the final farewell to beau biden. funeral service will be held in wilmington, delaware for the beloved son of vice president joe biden. president obama will deliver the eulogy for the former attorney general of delaware. the action cam is live outside saint anthony of padua catholic church in wilmington where a funeral mass will be held for beau biden. dignitaries plus the obama family and hillary clinton and former president clinton will will be there. his former commander will present the legion of merit to beau biden during the service.
a military honor guard carried the casket into the church yesterday, hundreds lined the streets to pay respects to the iraq war vet. >> i don't think anybody could have done a better job. >> sweet polite, kind, loving, smart, unaassuming all the -- unassuming, all the things you want your kid to be. >> it's the second time joe biden had to bury a child. he lost his infant daughter and wife in a car crash in 1972. beau and his younger brother were hurt in the crash. you can watch the entirely funeral service online at 10:30. there's a photo gallery of beau biden's life and career it's all
there at 6abc.com. a crash on i-95 killed a person, a vehicle smashed through a guardrail and went down an embankment. this all happened around 1:30 a.m. on the southbound side near tinicum township. police blocked off the crash scene, but it's all clear now. in allentown two young girls are hospitalized after they both fell from a 4th story window. it happened on the 700 block of turner street last night. a woman walking her dog said she saw the girls fall with a window screen on the walk. the girls ages 5 and three are in serious condition at lehigh valley hospital. there's a 5,000-dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of a berlin township man. 45-year-old michael eitel is wanted for the murder of his former girlfriend carole browne. police were called to the home on wednesday night. police found her in the driveway
with mullable stab wounds. the search fins for the suspect involved in the attempted armed robbery of a philadelphia pizza pizza shop whose partner in crime allegedly opened fire on a off duty officer the officer returned fire and killed the suspect. dann cuellar explains the suspect was using a gun loaded with blanks. >> reporter: it all happened here before 11:30 thursday night at the rising sun pizza parlor. an off off-duty philadelphia detective was placing an order when two men walked in and put a gun to the detective's head and took the $20 the detective was holding in his hand and ordered him to lie on the floor. it was then that the detective drew his weapon and identified himself as police. >> and then there was a gun battle. the perpetrator fired two shots at the detective and the detective returned fire.
>> reporter: the detective shot toward the glass and the gunmen fled. the gunmen, identified as andrew ellerbe dropped his weapon and died outside. >> two shots were fired at by the suspect at pointblank range. the officer is lucky he was not shot and killed. >> reporter: the gun was loaded with blanks not bullets something that was unknown when the detective was shot. >> he did what he had to do. unfortunately somebody died, but he defended his life and the lives of others. >> reporter: meanwhile residents think it's odd that anyone would target the pizza parallel -- parlor since it's known as a popular spot for police. the probe is being handled by homicide and the internal
reviews bureau. the detective has been placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of the investigation. at police headquarters, i'm dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> it's been two years since the deadly building collapse at 22nd and market in center city philadelphia. 6 people dialed -- died and 14 others injured in the tragedy. family and the victims heard about the latest plans of memorial park. it will include 6 windows one for each of those killed. >> it will add beauty and hope for a place that's associated with horror, a sad and shameful day for all of philadelphia. nancy daughter was one of the victims. meanwhile a survivor met
the man who saved her life that day. >> we've met before, but i don't know if you remember me. >> i don't remember. >> i was the fireman who found you. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> reporter: the woman does not remember fire chief john o'neill, but grateful he saved her life. she was trapped for 13 hours she is ukrainian and speaks very little english and is a double amputee and remains in rehab. she said her life is difficult at times but thankful she can enjoy her kids and granddaughter. an amtrak train slammed into a tractor-trailer at a crossing outside of chicago. the collision knocked over the trailer of the truck and spilled its contents. none of the cars of the train left the tracks. nobody was seriously hurt. the train was heading from san antonio to chicago. the passengers were put on buses
to finish their trip. pope francis is in boss bosnia for a day long visit 100,000 people are expected to greet him. he will spend the day to encourage dwindling number of catholics to forge a peaceful future with bosnia's muslim and orthodox christians. the franklin institute will host an exhibit during the pope's visit to philadelphia this september. vatican splendor will feature treasures from the vatican. there will be items never before seen by the public. it opens september 19 before the pope arrives for the world meeting of families. still ahead on "action news" saturday morning how one man is finding the inspiration to deal with his parkinsons disease through the beauty of
[popping sound]. >> look at the hail. thankfully everyone is okay. and your car isn't the best place to be in a tornado. >> reporter: he is just sitting there watching trees come at him. like the movie twister. maybe you want to turn around a little bit i'm just saying. let's go live on sky 6. awful rare for nevada. they don't see many tornados in nevada. they are too far west from tornado alley. anything can happen. that's the view from penns landing, the delaware river is nice and flat. not much of a breeze. dewpoints up slightly. 66 degrees dewpoint, 61. winds out of the west/northwest officially at 5 miles per hour at the airport. a lot of region is calm. 64 in allentown. trenton, 63. reading, 67. wilmington, 65. dover, 65. millville, 63.
a little bit of patchy fog wilmington, # -- 3 miles per hour. atlantic city if you're traveling eastbound on the atlantic city expressway, hammonton from that point east you're socked in pretty good. beach haven 3 miles. we expect that to lift and burn off in the next hour or so. as the cold front slides through we'll push the fog and low level cloudiness out to sea. on the water evaporate image you can see where the dry air is. western pennsylvania and western portions of upstate new york. here's the front in the process of pushing through that's this morning's weather. that's this afternoon's weather him we'll see again clearing conditions clouds breaking for sunshine. in between the two that process looks like we'll squeeze out a couple of showers as the front slides from north to south. midday, showers popping up, later this afternoon they are farther to the south. phillies game starts at
3:05 you'll be in the clear at that point. most of the south jersey is in the clear at 3:00 p.m. all the showers push to the south, clouds give way to sunshine abbey promises to be a -- and promises to be a nice afternoon once we get through the two to three hour window. high pressure in control winds shift out of the west, southwest, a ton of sunshine sunday upper 70s throughout the entire region. sunday night into monday, a series of front approaches the area, the front comes through cold front triggers showers and thunderstorms. the weekend overall for the poconos looks fantastic. sun and clouds, 72. mostly sunny sunday, 70 degrees. jersey shore lots of clouds around today fog as you just saw. this afternoon sunshine, showers mixed in between. 71 degrees on the sand. sunday you'll see the return of sunshine, but an east breeze kicks up that's a sea breeze
only 69 degrees you'll be sandblasted if you're trying to work on your tan as the winds picks everything up and pushes it around, 81 degrees in reading. allentown, # 0 degrees. wilmington, 78. dover, 79. clouds and sun this afternoon. becomes breezy and again a slight chance of shower between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunday mostly sunny delightful 79. monday starts out nice, clouds roll in, a couple of thunderstorms are possible after #, 4:00 p.m. a couple of of them could contain downpours warmer, 83. wednesday, sunny and warmer 86. here we go beginning thursday and friday, starting to feel like the middle of july, highs both days around 89. some of the latest forecast shows low 90s. i don't want to jump on that yet, i did that last week and i was wrong. i meant to play conservative and say 89.
>> wait and see. but it's going to be warm. >> reporter: warmer, definitely. >> parkinsons can be an devastating disease, in the art of aging, tamala edwards introduces us to a man who is facing the diagnosis with the determination to focus on each moment. john used to be a businessman, but in retirement he discovered a love of art. >> in 1989 my wife and i want went to brazil. i realized i loved photography. >> reporter: he started showing his work 15 years ago and 2009 his doctor diagnosed him with parkinsons disease. some people would say what do i do now. for me it's a moment to say what's important to me. >> reporter: for john the answer was photography. so he and his wife started to travel the globe from india to peru with john finding inspiration in the sun and clouds ascertain the shaddows they cast. he realized he had a talent for
drawing, as well. >> i don't know if art discovered me or i discovered art. >> reporter: he sees retirement as an opportunity to engage his mind in the creative process. >> my brain is growing and you make opportunities, as well. >> reporter: as for the parkens sons. >> it provide me with the opportunity to realize how important the present moment is the joy of life. i'm not my disease and i choose to live life to the best of my ability. >> reporter: tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
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heavier i i wouldn't say downpour, but heavier shower between 12 and 2:00 p.m. otherwise clouds and sun. all week long we were dealing with a stalled out frontal system and low pressure system upper level low. it was not able to pull east because of a blocking high that sat here day in and day out through monday and yesterday evening. that's why we were stuck in the clouds and showers and drenching downpours, lots of sunshine, later this afternoon and into tomorrow. >> the phillies and giants play this afternoon first pitch 3:05 both teams busted out the bats last night. and american pharoah bigot for horse racing -- bidding for horse racing triple crown. >> reporter: the phillies are not ready for prime time, to be more specific, their pitching
staff is not ready. hunter pens is back in the house. ryan howard's 11th zinger of the season. 2-0 phils. jerome williams struggling. phils down 4-3 in the 6th. franco, are you kidding me, his third game time homer this week. ruiz garcia gives it back. phils lose 5-4. jerome williams has one win in the last 8 starts. >> it's happening a lot where i am not locating the ball and i'm getting hit hard. it's about location with me and i still thinkic get the guys out, but it's putting the ball where i want to. >> the news is in for irving
it's as bad as it can be, he has a fractured left kneecap. he'll be out of action for three to four months. game two is on 6abc. post time for the belmont stakes is set for 6:50 when history can be made. american pharoah is trying to become the first horse to win the triple crown since affirm back in 1978. >> it takes a superior horse to do what he has done so far. so he just needs to bring it one more time and we're hoping it keeps going. >> reporter: many have come close but failed. that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend. >> the phils latest loss is not
>> remembering beau biden funeral services will be held for the beloved former delaware attorney general. a work van crashes into a septa el leaving three people injured. plus police in delaware make a major marijuana bust. first let's head outside to chris sowers with a look ahead to the forecast and the gray sky is supposed to eventually leave. that's what they tell me. gray skies should be gone later this afternoon of we have a cold front that will swing through that will trigger showers around the midday hours. otherwise it's not a bad day combination of sun and clouds. 66 degrees wilmington, 65. trenton, 63. reading, 67, the warm spot. dover, 65. on the boards in atlantic city, 62. there's the front you see the brighter white clouds over top
of philadelphia, that's the front in the process of pushing through, drier conditions north and west. and, again there's the lightest chance of showers, phillies taking on the giants later this afternoon. 3:05 start time, citizens bank park, clouds and sun, should be nice 78 degrees by 3:00 p.m. by the 9th inning, 78 degrees, for the most part the game should be dry future tracker shows a couple of showers in and around area by 3:00 p.m. hopefully most of it pushes through and pulls through south jersey and delaware he by that time. we're looking at clear conditions this evening, and 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning we'll have sunny skies. this evening union playing they are home, ppl park, sun arena passing clouds, 75 degrees by 7:00 p.m. 90th minute 71. low humidity levels should be comfortable and enjoyable for that game.
belmont stakes if new york, post time 6:50. it's raining the track is wet but later this evening, we should have clear conditions and the track should be dry at that point. no issues for the race. that's a quick check of the forecast, when i see you again i'll have an update on the city, shore and the poconos in ten minutes. >> there will be a final farewell today to beau biden the former delaware attorney general lost his battle with brain cancer last saturday. the action cam is live outside st. anthony of padua catholic church in wilmington where a funeral mass will be held for biden this morning. friends families and dignitaries such as the obama as -- obamas and clintons will be there. >> reporter: it was a long day of mourning for the philadelphia attorney general and talking with those who came here, we heard a similar refrain. great father, dedicated husband and church -- humble son.
an 8 member military honor guard carried the casket into the church. outside hundreds gathered and waited in line to pay their respects to a man who dedicated much of his life to the first state. >> that speaks volume of the family and beau biden himself that people are waiting to pay their respects. >> i think it's a great family. they are personable. >> reporter: political heavyweights made their way to mourn with vice president joe bide ena his wife jill -- biden and his wife jill. it was an another untimely death for the nation's second in command. his wife and 1-year-old daughter died in a tragic car accident in 1972 after he was elected to the senate. now he lost his beloved son
beau. >> this is a wonderful man i'm proud to have been -- i'm proud that he was the attorney general of the state of delaware. >> sweet polite, kind loving, smart, unassuming, all the things you want your kid to be. >> reporter: he leaves behind a wief -- wife and two children. he was 46. >> he was beloved. it's sad. >> reporter: there will be a mass followed by a burial it begins at 10:30 a.m. and president obama is expected to deliver the eulogy. in wilmington, chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> you can watch the entire funeral service online at 6abc.com our live coverage starts at 10:30. we posted a photo gallery of his life and career all there at 6abc.com. a philadelphia police officer injured on the job 30 years ago has died.
police escorted the body of walter dewitt to givnish funeral home in northeast philadelphia. his patrol car was involved in a crash in 1984. he died after complications from surgery for injuries from that accident. he was 55. "action news" was in chester, delaware county where family and friends held a vigil for 24-year-old sherman byrd who died wednesday night after his bike collided with the police cruiser at keystone road and west 13th street. police were chasing him because he matched the description of a suspect in an arm robbery. officers thought he had a gun. his family want answer. the da is investigating. three people were injured in overnight accident after crashing into a support column for the septa el. they were in a work van that hit the column on the 4300 block of frankford avenue.
one of the people in the van is hospitalized in critical condition. so far no word on what caused the driver to lose control. also new this morning police in delaware have made a major marijuana bust. police say they found five pounds of marijuana after executing a search warrant in the units block of elsmere boulevard in elsmere yesterday. now when officers searched the home they found several grams of marijuana along with the drug paraphernalia. then they want outside. >> we discovered the defendant had a car parked outside we got a search warrant for the car we discovered there were five pounds of marijuana located in the truck. >> the drugs have a street value of $5,000. officers took a person into custody on possession charges. tips from infarm -- informants led to the bust. two teenagers were charged as adults in connection with
several armed robberies harden and anthony were arrested thursday. harden has been linked to five incidents, anthony is charged in two robberies. the philadelphia mother accused of abandoning her disabled son in cobbs creek park is competent to stand trial. but the psychiatrist who made that determination says 41-year-old parler does need mental health treatment. her 21-year-old quadriplegic son spent five days in the woods with no food or water. she left town to see her boyfriend in maryland. a preliminary hearing is scheduled for august. a fan suffered life threatening injuries after being hit by a broken bat in fenway park. she was bleeding from her head. she was carried off on a stretcher in the second inning. president obama flies to germany for the g-7 gathering. the fighting in ukraine is
expected to be on the agenda. yesterday the president called the ukrainian president pour poroshenko. ukrainian forces are clashing with rushacked separatists. russia was suspended from the g-7 last year. 8 out of the ten mill tabts charged in the attack -- militants charged in the attack of malala. it was reported they were sentenced to life in prison. the prosecutor claims the reporters misquoted him at the time. today marks the 71st anniversary of d-day. allied forces stormed the beaches of normandy on this day in 1944.
the five thousand ships and 13,000 aircraft supported the mission. 9,000 were killed or wounded. the invasion marks the end of world war ii. taking 3d printing to a whole new level. how one company is creating literal mini mes. and chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast "action news" saturday morning continues in just a moment.
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of america. in texas there's a silver lining to the devastating floods it has brought plentiful peach crops. a farmer said they are the healthiest they have been in years. other farmers are not fairing well as they lost their potatoes july is peek time for peaches. >> reporter: do you like peaches? >> of course who likes peaches. >> reporter: i like to do the fruit cock with the cherries. maybe you haven't done the right one yet. atlantic we're fogged in pretty good. this is on the boards in atlantic city. the beach is off to the left. we have a little bit of a chop 2
to 4 feet. not looking like a nice beach day, you'll see sunshine later this afternoon. 66 degrees back in philadelphia. dewpoint, 62. winds out of the west/southwest at 3 miles per hour. the pressure is falling. allentown, 64. reading, 67. millville, 63 and dover coming in at 65 degrees this hour. atlantic county, cape may and ocean county. a couple of showers pushing toward the southeast getting closer and closer to the shorepoints. we go over to double scan live and set it in motion, again, you can see it's heading to the off southeast. moving quickly 20 to 25 miles per hour. should be over lbi over the next half-hour 25 minutes once that pulls through there's the potential of more showers with the actual front i itself. once that swings through we'll have clouds and sunshine later on and nicer afternoon.
clouds across northern p-a and western upstate new york. there's a gradual increase in sunshine this afternoon. a couple of showers developing with the passage of the front should be that much of a big deal. if you get underneath a shower it lasts 20 minutes or so. it moves along on its way. phillies game starting at at that point we're clear. mainly sunny conditions north of the pennsylvania turnpike, dealing with cloud cover scattered showers across south jersey and delaware at that point. and then everybody is in clear. that leads to clear skies tonight and sunny conditions tomorrow. sunday should be wall-to-wall blue skies start to finish. the rainfall we saw earlier this week 4 5 6 inches of rain. it's done a number on the drought. we have moderate conditions across the western suburbs and the lehigh valley and the poconos. everybody else else has been
removed. we don't want to see any kind of drought conditions setting up during the peak season for the crops. looks like thing are improving. sun and clouds for the poconos. 72 degrees comfortable, no humidity, comfortable sunday, 70. a delightful weekend for the mountains. jersey shore stay patient sunshine is expected this afternoon, there could showers in the next a couple of hours 71 degrees, tomorrow it's cooler with a sea breeze kicking in all day long, the seas will be choppy. winds out of the east at 10 to 20 miles per hour. a lot of sunshine for sunday. monday, downpours late in the day. boating forecast building seas, 2 to 4 feet. high tide 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. atlantic city to cape may. winds calm, winds increase out of the northeast 10 to 20 miles per hour. expect a lot of cloud cover down there, late day sunshine. clouds and sun passing shower,
overnight tonight, clear conditions peaking temperatures wise 77, 78 degrees, some areas could hit 80. the normal high is # -- 80. that's where we should be for this time of the year. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunday, mostly sunny 79. monday, evening thunderstorms, 8 # degrees tuesday sun and clouds, and the rest of the week looks nice, lots of sunshine and building heat upper 80s. >> you're trying to make friends again. >> reporter: is it working? >> we'll forgive you for the last week's terrible weather. check out 6abc.com/weather for the storm tracker 6 live radar and the hourly forecast. fyi philly is coming up later on
6abc here's melissa magee and alicia vitarelli. >> reporter: here's what's coming up on fyi philly. summer a parking lot transformed into a urban oasis. we head to the country for a farm fresh feast. try on wearable art hand sculpted in philly. with the summer heat we tips on how to master the blowout. that's tonight on fyi philly. we hope you join us.
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from brain cancer. president obama is expected to deliver the eulogy. bill clinton and hillary are expected to attend, we'll have live reports at 9:00 a.m. you can watch the service online at 10:30. let's get a last check of the weather. >> reporter: ocean county seeing showers this morning stretching up and down the garden state parkway along with route 9 from belmawr to lbi. by afternoon it's not that bad. we'll see sunshine especially in the city points north and west, down the shore you have to stay patient, you're going to be locked in pretty good. lots of clouds, limited sun by afternoon, 80 for the city. 71 for the shore beautiful in the poconos lots of sunshine, very comfortable and 72. places like avalon, stone harbor sea isle probably after 2:00 p.m. you'll see sun. give it time. it is now 7:55 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning
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